DISC Assessment Provides Helpful Tips for Leadership Communication

By: Jeff Driskill, Sandler Training As a leader of a company, division, department, team or project, one of our most challenging tasks is to communicate effectively with our staff and team. How often does a leader share what they believe is a clear, defined message to...

Five Key Elements for your Marketing Roadmap

By Kevin Oldham, Diffactory Marketing can be overwhelming and confusing. These two feelings can disappear by having a simple roadmap that increases your confidence and sales. The Remarkable Marketing Roadmap will help you to reflect the business you’ve built,...

Sitting is the New Smoking

3 Ways You Can Counter the Negative Health Effects of Sitting By Rachelle Hochgraber, trUbalance Nutrition Did you know that 70 percent of all employees move only a maximum of one hour per day? An analysis of over 10 studies on sitting time found that those who sat...

How to Reinvest Your Tax Dollars

By Clint Haynes, NextGen Wealth It’s everybody’s favorite time of the year; tax season. Sometimes we are pleasantly surprised and sometimes not so much. If you happen to be the former, then you might be wondering what some fiscally responsible ideas are...

Beyond P.E., Grade Schools Make Activity a Priority

By John Beaudoin Memories of grade school physical education may bring back recollections of kickball games on the playground, dodgeball in the gym, games of “steal the flag” or just good, old fashioned tag. And while many of those activities still exist,...
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